After sustained sales of his first book, Fitly Spoken: Developing Effective Communication and Social Skills, Greg S. Baker once again graciously guides his readers along a most fulfilling and impactful journey of the soul.
Saint Peter, a man who walked with Jesus, was even susceptible to being led astray from his path. In this current church age, it is not uncommon to experience the turning away of a friend, a family member, or even a spouse, from the designed purpose and plan that Christ has for them.
As humans, we sometimes struggle to communicate the proper words or emotions to each other, and often, in the midst of trials, our emotions may become tender. As we strain to see clearly in the midst of painful relationships, Restoring a Fallen Christian: Rebuilding Lives for the Cause of Christ provides us a valuable resource to help us carefully tread through the murky waters of reconciliation.
With the proven hand of a wise counselor and friend, Greg S. Baker’s many talents as an effective communicator allow him to speak on a subject that many others may shy away from.
“Greg S. Baker not only points us in the right direction…he walks with us along the way,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “There are few life-altering books like Restoring a Fallen Christian: Rebuilding Lives for the Cause of Christ with the necessary tools to accomplish the most important of goals—the restoration of a fellow believer.”
Greg S. Baker was born in 1975 to a Christian couple. Raised in church all his life, he came to accept Jesus as his Savior and attended Hyles-Anderson College, graduating with a Bachelors’ degree in Pastoral Theology. He pastored an independent Baptist church in northern Colorado for thirteen years. He currently resides in Arizona and is continuing his writing ministry alongside his various church ministries. He is married to the love of his life, Liberty, and has four incredible boys who alternately remind him of the excitement of youth and the inevitable passing of time. Restoring a Fallen Christian is his second published work.
“Life is relationships. It’s not your things, your possessions, or your money that make life valuable and important, it’s your relationships. That is why I do what I do.” ~ Pastor Greg S. Baker